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Teardown of the 10 inch Lenovo LePad

Just because the Lenovo LePad is only available in China doesn’t mean that we can’t take a look at what’s under the hood. IMP3 has taken it apart so we can look at the 1.3GHz Snapdragon chipset with Adreno 205 integrated graphics as well as…

Lenovo LePad 2 coming in slimmer later this year

Lenovo’s 10.1-inch Android LePad Slate… has just shipped in China and is due out worldwide in June as the Skylight slate as discovered in a Lenovo userguide but CEO Yang Tuanqing just let everyone know that about an LePad sequel. The sequel is due out

Lenovo LePad hits China next week, compared to iPad, hands on videos

While the rest of the world gets the Lenovo Skylight Slate… in June, China gets it next week (see store), albeit Wi-Fi only and no Honeycomb, with pricing at about $530 with the specs we know already – a 1.3GHz Snapdragon QSD8650A processor, 10.1″ 1280

Lenovo LePad pops up at the FCC, renamed Skylight slate

According to the user manual found at a recent Engadget…

Updated Lenovo LePad shows up, reduced to 10-inch with improvements

The Lenovo LePad and U1 Hybrid have finally returned. It’s been almost a year since we’ve seen Lenovo’s LePad and the U1 Hybrid but since Lenovo’s preparing for a release of these products in China this month or next, the timing seems appropriate. Lenovo scrapped…

Lenovo LePad Is A 7-Inch Tablet?

Lenovo’s LePad, announced for a release in China by the end of this year,  was meant to be the IdeaPad U1 Hybrid (seen at the start of this year and cancelled, along with the Skylight), done right, well at least for the tablet half of…

Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid Ships December, LePad January 2011

One of the most impressive contenders at CES 2010 at the start of this year were a couple of Lenovo products – The Lenovo Skylight smartbook and the IdeaPad U1 Hybrid, which combines an ARM based 11.6-inch LePad tablet with a thin and light Intel…

Lenovo Skylight postponed because iPad?

Lenovo delayed the launch of the Skylight smartbook from April to July in order to improve the device’s performance. Since the iPad… is its main competitor, according to Digitimes the Smartbooks controls don’t act as smoothly as the iPad’s and does not feature as many